(HRW) – “I was just 10 when more than 400 schools [in Pakistan] were destroyed,” said Malala Yousafzai when she accepted the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014. “And our beautiful dreams turned into nightmares. Education went from being a right to being a crime. Girls were stopped from going to school.” As documented in a recent Human Rights Watch report, militant groups have continued to attack students and schools in Pakistan, with devastating consequences on the right to education for thousands of children.